Poems by Roger Stevens
I was quite slow on that one..took me 3 reads to work it out.or was I lows? got any more like that?
Blimey, Hazel. That was quick. I was still posting my second blog when your comment appeared.It made me jump.I was about to say that this poem was a Ha! And remind people that a Ha! is similar to a haiku but much shorter. It has three lines and each line has one syllable.
Don't do that!
Ha.........tee hee Now I must get on...
Surely "confused" has two silly bubbles?
Ah. Well - even though the poem is one of the first Ha!s ever written - it's an example of the poet pushing the boundary, testing the limit, opening the envelope - seeing what he (or she) can get away with. It's the exception that proves the rule, the yeast that proves the bread, it's all about making rules so that they can be broken.Also - I didn't notice it when I wrote it.
could happen. but everybody knowsthe owl is wise and n'er confusedit was your blinding lights that stand accused.
I laughed so hard I think I snorted. It was the mental picture. Nice Ha!
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